Undergraduate research projects look at migration from multiple angles
The Wolf Undergraduate Humanities forum takes on the topic of migration, with individual research projects ranging from slavery debates within the Jewish Orthodox community to Southeast Asian refugee youth.
Reimagining the corner store to promote food justice
With a 2022 President’s Sustainability Prize, Eli Moraru and Alexandre Imbot will take raw ingredients payable with EBT and turn them into hot, heathy meals while providing nutritional education resources.
NROTC graduates transition from students to leaders
For three May graduates, Commencement also marks the transition from personal development to military leadership.
Toni Morrison and the adventure of the 21st century
In Herman Beavers’ English 101 class, students take an in-depth look at Toni Morrison, reading her 11 novels, writing thesis papers, and presenting on topics of interest to the class.
‘Young Quakers’ from West Philadelphia schools will compete in Penn Relays
Over 30 students from Young Quakers Community Athletics, a collaboration between the Netter Center for Community Partnerships, Penn Athletics, and West Philadelphia public schools, will compete in the Penn Relays.
The problem solvers: Student Intervention Services
Founded in the wake of 9/11, Student Intervention Services is now a national model that works across the University to support students in times of crisis.